Are indian states poorer than african nations by akshay sonone

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Are indian states poorer than african nations by akshay sonone

  1. 1. INDIAN states poorer than AFRICAN nationsPresented By: Akshay Sonone Roll no.: 11346 Div:C
  2. 2. Contents• Introduction• Some real facts• Causes of poverty in Africa• Causes of poverty in India• Ways to reduce poverty• Conclusion• References
  3. 3. Introduction• Poverty: Lack of access to basic human needs which include food, safe water, sanitation, education and information• Multidimensional poverty index (MPI)• Eight INDIAN states are poorer than twenty- six African nations put together
  4. 4. SOME REAL FACTS• 1.4 million people in developing country lives on $1.25 per day• 22,000 people die each year due to condition of poverty• 33% of global poor are Indians• 1.75 billion people lack access to clean water• More than 11 million children die due to diseases such as malaria, diarrhoea and pneumonia• Malnutrition and hunger related disease cause 60%of deaths• 60% of world hungry are women
  5. 5. Causes of poverty in Africa • Diseases • Conflict • Environmental degradation • Corruption • Poor Governance
  6. 6. Causes of poverty in India • Population • Corruption • Unemployment • Economic policies in India • Unequal distribution of money • Indiscriminate use of natural resources
  7. 7. Ways to reduce poverty• Employment and productivity• Aid / Welfare: Aid in simplest form is basic economic grant• Microloans: Mohammad Younus started the microfinance in 1976• Empowering women• Climate change adaption• Good institutions
  8. 8. Conclusion • Inclusive growth • More priority to health care needs • Self employment • Integrity of higher authorities can definitely lead to an alleviation in poverty
  9. 9. References • FAO Press release 2010 • UN reports on Global Epidemic • ‘Rasheed Draman’, Power and conflict in Africa • Competition success review • India 2010
  10. 10. AnyQuestions ? Thank you

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